The Worldwide Talent Pool Creates Opportunities Plus National Security Challenges for U.S. Firms.

As the global transfer of people, products and technology increases, organizations of all sizes are likely to see an increase in concerns about import and export control regulations. Concerns about "deemed exports" rear their heads in H-1B visa petitions and are of great concern in green card application and visas for organizations sponsoring foreign nationals to come to the U.S. to perform specialized skills as H-1B temporary skilled foreign national workers, as O-1 extraordinary ability nonimmigrants and others. The Form I-129 now has a special certification that needs to be signed by the sponsoring organization indicating that it has reviewed the export issue and that it has made a determination of whether or not the technology needs to be have an export license or not. Immigration lawyers throughout the U.S. have been guiding employers about the export control regulations since their implementation in February 2011. For more information, please feel free to contact david_nachman@visaserve.com or you can feel free to contact us at 201-670-0006 (x100).

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